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Roman shoes that were found in London.

Sandal with stamped-out decoration (leather)

CALCEUS

I think the most widely recognised ancient shoe is the caliga - now commonly referred to as the "Gladiator Sandal". The caliga was a military sandal worn by the Roman soldiers.

Assortment of ancient shoes. Top row left to right - Iron age shoe from Hallsatt Austria, Viking boot from Oseberg ship, Caliga from the French National Archaeological Museum, Wijster shoe.  Bottom row left to right - 5,500-year-old lace-up moccasin from Armenia, Tollgate Farm Roman shoes, Weerdingerveen shoe.

Extant Shoe Finds - part 1 SHOES! links, finds and other information.all time periods.

Leather shoe or calceus from Newstead in Roxburgh, Scotland, c. 100 A.D.

Leather shoe or calceus from Newstead in Roxburgh, Scotland, c.

Roman Shoe

Roman Shoe

Gallery: Ancient Roman Kids' Shoes

Gallery: Ancient Roman Kids' Shoes

Carbatina shoe for an infant from Vindolanda. The carbatina was a popular shoe for children, because it could be fastened easily with one lace and even tightened or loosened as a child grew.

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brabantcultureelbrabantliterair

Medieval Boots, 14th Century, Renaissance, Survival, 1940s, Arms, Footwear, Shoe, Shoes

calzado romano antiguo | Pies calzados en la Antigua Roma | ArqueHistoria

calceus patricius, senatorius, equester - looking for input

Roman Shoes

Roman Legion, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Garland, Anthropology, Iris, Slipper, Archaeology, Antigua

Fernando de la Cerda

Fernando de la Cerda

WIP Drow Tabi by Jonzou

this is my new bracers for the drow armor. I will put up some photos of them with the armor as soon as i can get some help to photo it Drow bracer

What Shoes Used To Look Like 700 years ago. 14th century

What Shoes Used To Look Like 700 years ago. 14th century

Calceus- vindolanda

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